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Splicing Tape, 1 In x 30 ft, 30 mil, Black


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  • Item # 4DYW4
  • Mfr. Model # 130C 1x30
  • UNSPSC # 31201502
  • Catalog Page # N/A
  • Shipping Weight 0.58 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemSplicing Tape
  • MaterialRubber
  • ColorBlack
  • ShapeContinuous Roll
  • Width1"
  • Length30 ft.
  • Thickness30 mil
  • Max. Voltage69000
  • Tensile Strength250 lb./in.
  • Performance Temp.Up to 266 Degrees F
  • StandardsASTM D4325, D4388, C518, D4388
  • UV ResistanceNo
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EPR-based splicing tape is for use as a primary electrical insulation for splicing all solid dielectric cables and for building stress cones on cables.

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